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Land Act 1958 (Vic)

Category: Legislation
Binomial Name: State of Victoria
Sub Category:Legislation
State/Country:Victoria, Australia
Summary Information:
The Land Act 1958 (Vic) (the Act) sets out provisions for dealing with Crown lands in Victoria. It covers matters including grants and reservations, administration, perpetual leases, sale to a public authority, swamp or reclaimed lands, agricultural leases and permits, non-agricultural licences and permits, plantation areas, residential areas, commons, development leases, unclaimed lands, and watercourses.

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  • References

    Victorian State Government (2004) Land Act 1958 (Vic)



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